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How to show end time in Outlook calendar?

By default, the calendar items displayed in the calendar Month view with the Start Time, Subject and Location. For many calendar items such as appointments, they may be created with Start Time and End Time. For many Outlook users, showing the end time in Outlook calendar month view can help them quickly get the end time of the items in order to arrange their work in time. In this article, you will learn how to show the end time in Outlook calendar in details.

Show end time in Outlook calendar

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You can do as follows to show the end time in Outlook calendar.

1. Shift to the Calendar view by clicking Calendar in the Navigation Pane.

2. Open the calendar folder which you want to show the end time of calendar items.

3. Display this calendar folder in Month view with clicking the Month button under Home tab.

In Outlook 2007, just click the Month button in Outlook Calendar view interface.

4. Right click on any blank place of the calendar, and click View Settings from the right-clicking menu in Outlook 2010 and 2013. See screenshot:

If you are using Outlook 2007, please click Other Settings in the right-clicking menu.

5. In Outlook 2010 and 2013, it will pop up an Advanced View Settings: Calendar dialog box, please click the Other Settings button.

In Outlook 2007, please skip this step.

6. In the following Format Day/Week/Month View of Outlook 2007/2010, and Format Calendar of Outlook 2013 dialog box, please check the Show end time box in the Month section, and then click the OK button. See screenshot:

7. Then click the OK button in the Advanced View Settings: Calendar dialog box in Outlook 2010 and 2013.

Then you will see the end time is displayed in the calendar month view.

Note: The Show end time function will be applied in all calendar folders.


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    john · 2 years ago
    sorry, meant office 365 (online)
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    john · 2 years ago
    how do you do this in outlook 365? cannot find settings anywhere.
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      GG · 1 years ago
      View menu > View Settings — this will bring up the "Advanced View Settings: Calendar" dialog box illustrated above in step 5.
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    Diana Rivas · 3 years ago
    Thank you, thank you, thank you. :)